A beautiful image is the result of good composition. Here, we are going to see an inexhaustive list of the principal rules which have been tried and tested over decades of photography. You need to have expert knowledge of these technical rules in order to feel free of them and to concentrate on the essentials, in other words “What is my aim in taking this photograph?”. These rules will be your toolbox and in order to absorb them better you need to test them for yourself.
High Dynamic Range or HDR, you’ve heard it mentioned a million times, but what exactly is it? Well, it's simply a photography technique that gives a picturesque and unusual effect to your photos. Follow these 6 tips to become an HDR guru! - And don't worry it doesn't have to break your bank account!
Onur Yörük is a Wedding Photographer based in London. He sees photography as documenting life; weddings are one of the most important life events and has now become both Onur's passion and career. Despite photographing hundreds of weddings, Onur still believes "they are very much all different from each other".
On the promenade along the North Sea, Benita Suchodrev photographs the people of one of the strangest and most special cities in England: Blackpool. With a horror film-worthy cover, the artist has fun capturing the moods of the people who live in this seaside town.
Sarah Maple, recently chosen to display her work at the 'Not 30%' exhibition, is a visual artist known for her witty, playful and controversial pieces. She deals with taboo subjects such as religion, a topic which particularly resonates with her. It is through her images that she learnt to embrace her cultural background and to speak up for inequalities in society. She doesn’t put up answers, but poses questions for society to dwell on.